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Bible Games 

For his first Christmas review, the Nerd decides to review a few unlicensed Bible games for the NES and Super Nintendo. The most obscured game of the bunch would have to be Super Noah's Ark... See full summary »

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James Rolfe (as James D. Rolfe)

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James Rolfe (as James D. Rolfe)
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James Rolfe ... The Angry Video Game Nerd
Kyle Justin Kyle Justin ... Frosty the Snow Man (voice)
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For his first Christmas review, the Nerd decides to review a few unlicensed Bible games for the NES and Super Nintendo. The most obscured game of the bunch would have to be Super Noah's Ark 3D. Only cause it's the only first person shooter where you get to play as Noah. The game is basically a clone of Wolfenstein 3D which is a better first person shooter to play. The Nerd is confused as to why there are so many goats inside the ark and the reason for Noah to be attacked by goats is a mystery. Written by J LeGault

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20 December 2006 (USA) See more »

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The Angry Video Game Nerd: What other game can you say "I just threw Baby Moses into the water"? For some reason, I can't stop saying Baby Moses. Baby Moses, Baby Moses. When you get to the end of the level it says "Good work, but you forgot Baby Moses". I didn't forget him, I just didn't want him!
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Features Super 3D Noah's Ark (1994) See more »

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Angry Video Game Nerd Christmas Theme
Written by James Rolfe and Kyle Justin
Performed by Kyle Justin
Courtesy of MCA Records
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Perhaps the best of the Angry Video Game Nerd's Reviews
14 August 2009 | by ahrcsnaveSee all my reviews

What do you get when a company figures out a specific, gimmicky niche it can exploit? A whole lot of bad games.

In what is probably the best episode of the "Angry Video Game Nerd" we get to see the horrible end results of a company attempting to take advantage of Christian parents and kids. Not only that, but you get to see James Rolfe at his angry best as he rips each and every one of these games.

Some might dismiss this web series as for those who enjoy simple toilet humor and bad language. But if you've ever been frustrated with a video game, especially a bad one, you've probably sounded like this guy a few times. Rolfe perfectly delivers his complaints and hilarious observations; such as how Noah, an old man, is able to lift livestock over his head.

Much of the humor comes from the games themselves. The basis of Super Noah's Ark 3D is particularly funny.

If you only watch one episode of the Angry Video Game Nerd, watch this one, it's the best example of this web show yet.


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